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Bugs And Your Tree: What You Need To Know

It can be a sobering sight to see a slew of bugs crawling all over your tree. Your initial reaction may be to rid the tree of bugs by any means necessary. However, such vigilance may not be necessary. Check out this info to determine if bugs on your tree are cause for alarm. Not All Bugs are Harmful to Your Tree Only certain bug species are harmful to your tree; in fact, some types of tree bugs are beneficial to the ecosystem. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire Someone To Install Your Gas Boiler

If you are planning on using a gas-powered boiler to heat your home, you could be doing your research to find out if installing it yourself is something that you can do. Of course, some people do this in an effort to save money rather than hiring someone for the installation. However, working with a pro who has experience in installing and repairing boilers can be a better option. These are a few reasons why. Read More 

The Perks Of Using Window AC Units

With summer coming quickly, some homeowners are trying to figure out a way to make their house a little cooler. Even if you already have central air conditioning, there could be certain parts and rooms in your home that don't cool off as effectively as the rest of the house. As a result, some rooms can be very uncomfortable and warm. Instead of just trying to supplement your AC with fans, you should consider investing in ductless window air conditioning units. Read More 

4 Windshield Myths Debunked

If you're not intimately familiar with what separates the inside of your car from the outside world, you're not alone. There seem to be a number of falsehoods floating about regarding windshields. If yours is in need of attention, and you don't know what's true and what's false, here are the four most common myths about windshields debunked. Myth #1. All windshield glass is the same. If it's time to put a new windshield in your car, you may think you should just go with whatever is cheapest. Read More 

How To Re-Secure Your Home’s Perimeter After A Natural Disaster Damages Your Chain Link Fence

If a natural disaster struck your area and wreaked havoc on your home and property, then you are likely taking all of the steps you can to repair your home as quickly as possible. However, if your chain link fence was damaged during the disaster, then be sure to make securing your home's perimeter a priority to keep your home and family safer during the home repair process.  Read on to re-secure your home's perimeter after a natural disaster damages your chain link fence. Read More 

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Building A Better Bathroom: Tips For Bathroom Construction

The one challenge I always had with my house was the fact that there was no bathroom on the first floor. Once I reached a point where I had equity in the house, I decided it was time to do some renovations. After working with a local construction contractor to map out the plans for converting the mud room into a first-floor bathroom, I decided to chronicle the entire process. I created this site to do just that in the hopes that reading about my experiences and what I learned may help others decide to tackle that renovation project they've always wanted to do as well.

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Bugs And Your Tree: What You Need To Know
15 August 2018

It can be a sobering sight to see a slew of bugs c

Guidelines For Construction Cleanup
29 June 2018

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15 May 2018

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3 Reasons To Hire Someone To Install Your Gas Boiler
2 April 2018

If you are planning on using a gas-powered boiler

The Perks Of Using Window AC Units
2 March 2018

With summer coming quickly, some homeowners are tr